The Arctic walrus, which sailed in Ireland, now sails on transit ships

The Arctic walrus, which sailed in Ireland, now sails on transit ships

The walrus, which made an accidental voyage from the Arctic Circle to the Irish coast last month, continued its strange behavior by jumping into a passing iceberg and falling asleep on boarding ships. A path for lifeboats.

Conservation groups and local authorities fear that too much human interest will plague the walrus, as the marine mammal named after the Valley has become a tourist attraction. They now warn tourists not to go Morse Jet ski racers, snowboarders and paddlers have been harassing mammals since they came so close to the Easter weekend.

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